Attorney Marc S. Dreier, whose life has "completely unraveled" since his arrest, should remain behind bars since he has "little to lose by fleeing," the government wrote Wednesday in opposing Dreier's second bid for bail. In a brief filed in anticipation of today's bail hearing, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Streeter argued that the same "resourcefulness" Dreier showed in pulling off a scheme that "fooled some of the most sophisticated investors" could "easily be committed to fleeing and living abroad."
Feds Urge Judge to Reject Dreier's Second Bid for Bail
New York Law Journal
January 22, 2009